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GUIDE PRICE: £190,000 TO £200,000. A very unique one bedroom cottage believed to date back approximately two hundred years. The property is full of character and charm and stands on a delightful plot. The cottage would benefit from a degree of updating and modernisation, and has considerable potential. In addition there is a spacious lounge, a large breakfast kitchen, conservatory and ground floor bathroom. The property is double glazed, has electric storage heating, ample off road parking, lovely gardens and a detached garage. NO CHAIN.
Stubton is a small village and civil parish in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire. It is situated approximately 8 miles north of Grantham and approximately 5 miles from Newark on Trent. Adjacent villages include Claypole, Dry Doddington, Beckingham and Brandon. The village has amenities including St Martin's church, a village hall and Stubton Hall which is a large Grade II listed country house. There is also a nursery school in the village, called Littlegates. Stubton won the best kept village in 2012 and on two other occasions in the past. Schooling in the area is of a very high standard with the local primary school being located in the nearby village of Claypole (approximately 1 1/2 miles away), and secondary schools being found in Welbourn, Grantham and Sleaford. For the commuter the A1 is close by and the East Coast Railway Line connects into London, Kings Cross from either Newark or Grantham in a little over an hour.
Upon entering the front door, this leads into:
The entrance porch has a window to the side elevation, a doorway leading through to the breakfast kitchen, and a further door through to the lounge. The porch also has an electric storage heater, cornice to the ceiling and a ceiling light point.
This excellent sized and well proportioned reception room has dual aspect windows to either side elevation, and a large feature fireplace with built in storage units. The lounge is further complemented with cornice to the ceiling, part timber wood panelling and plate rail. In addition there are two storage heaters and two ceiling light points. Access to the loft space is obtained from the lounge.
The breakfast kitchen has dual aspect windows to the front and rear elevations and is of sufficient size to comfortably accommodate a dining table. The kitchen area itself is fitted with a comprehensive range of base and wall units, including display cabinets. There is a one and a half bowl sink, and an integrated oven with electric hob and extractor hood above. The breakfast kitchen also has cornice to the ceiling, four ceiling light points and a storage heater.
This large double bedroom has a window to the side elevation and is fitted with a comprehensive range of bedroom furniture to include wardrobes, overhead storage and dressing table. The bedroom also has cornice to the ceiling, two ceiling light points and a storage heater.
The utility room has a window to the front elevation which looks back through into the conservatory. The utility room has a stainless steel sink, wall mounted storage cupboards and shelving, and space and plumbing for a washing machine. In addition there is cornice to the ceiling, a ceiling strip light and a storage heater. A door leads into the bathroom.
The bathroom has an opaque window to the rear elevation and is fitted with a corner spa bath with electric shower above, vanity unit with wash hand basin inset and storage beneath, and a bidet. The bathroom also has cornice to the ceiling, recessed ceiling spotlights, a heated towel rail and an electric heater. Situated adjacent to the bathroom is the separate WC.
This room has an opaque window to the rear elevation and is fitted with a WC. There is cornice to the ceiling and a ceiling light point.
The conservatory is of dwarf brick wall construction with a upvc frame, has triple aspect windows to the front and either side, and a half glazed door leading out to the driveway. This most useful and versatile room provides an additional reception area and is fitted with bespoke conservatory blinds.
The cottage stands on a delightful plot and is accessed via a timber five bar gate which leads on to a substantial block paved driveway, the driveway in turn provides off road parking for numerous vehicles. To the front of the property is a small garden which comprises a well maintained lawn edged with borders containing a vast array of mature shrubs and plants. There is a greenhouse located at the front which is included within the sale.
The garage element of the building has an up and over door to the front elevation and a window to the rear. The workshop has windows to the front and side elevations, and a personnel door. The garage/workshop is equipped with both power and lighting.
Located to the rear of the garage/workshop are the principal gardens to Mayglen, and these delightful gardens contain a sizeable and shaped lawn interspersed with flowerbeds containing a wide variety of shrubs, plants, trees and flowers. To the foot of the garden is a sunken garden pond. There is a timber garden shed which is included within the sale.
The property is in Band C.